Archive - Oct 1, 2012 - News Article
You know youâ€™re getting older when the acquisition of new or upgraded kitchen accessories produces excitement. In the past few years, Iâ€™ve moved on from Easy-Bake Ovens to much greater culinary gadgets.
The reason most kids under 30 years old donâ€™t find the lit-up magic of a touch-screen oven or the ease of an electric can opener exhilarating is because we donâ€™t really need to.
Who cooks on a regular basis? Why would you go to the trouble of buying several ingredients when thereâ€™s ramen to be bought, 10 cents each? Whatâ€™s an oven, anyway, and how do you use one?
Dr. Mark Strand, an associate professor in the North Dakota State University Masters in Public Heath program, recently contacted the Valley City-Barnes County health district, curious about CCHDâ€™s Chronic Disease Management program.
Earlier this month, Strand, who was unavailable for comment on Friday, met with CCHD Director Theresa Will to ask about the program. Will said he offered help to her in writing a case study on the program that would be submitted as a medical journal article.
Faculty, students, and community members from across the state will come to the Valley City State University Oct. 11 and 12 to attend the North Dakota University Systemâ€™s 2012 Arts and Humanities Summit. During this biennial event, scholars and artists from across the state will gather to present and share their work in visual arts, music, readings, theater, and scholarship.
Jonna Ziniel, professor at VCSU and coordinator of the event, said the summit is â€śa really nice showcase of what the state has to offer.â€ť
State House and Senate candidates and candidates for the Barnes County Commission have all been invited to participate in a candidate forum Oct. 16 at the Valley City HAC Gymnasium, said Doug Anderson.
Anderson is a Chamber Board member, leads its legislative committee, and is marketing and communications manager for Valley City State University.
The candidate forum is being sponsored by the Valley City Area Chamber of Commerce, and will take place starting at 7 p.m.